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Club logoThe Alamance County Genealogical Society meets the second Monday of each month except June, July and August, at 7:00 p.m., at the Western Steak House, 142 N. Graham-Hopedale Road Burlington, NC 27215, 336-227-1448

The membership year for the society is September to August and membership dues are ($15.00 per person or family). To receive the January journal on time dues should be paid before the end of December.  Journals are published in January, May and September.

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This book is now available again.
The Malachi Isley Story: With Emphasis on the Malachi > Philip > Martin > Daniel > Jacob L > John Moody Line.

Officers for 2014-2015
President Matt Beckwith
First Vice-President Donna Bonds
Second Vice-President (Some one want to volunteer)
Treasurer Judy Braxton
Recording Secretary Nancy Johnson
Corresponding Secretary  
Editors of Journal Harry and Sandra Shoffner
Webmaster Mary W. Ellis
Librarian Lisa. B. Kobrin
Name Tags Joyce Hayes
Food Coordinator Judy Braxton

Other Learning opportunities:
Sept. 13, 2017
“Genealogies of the United States Presidents” at the May Memorial Library Genealogy Club

Programs for the Year
Monday Speakers: Programs
Jan. 08, 2018    
Feb. 12 2018 Ginger Smith Autosomal DNA
Mar. 12, 2018    
Apr. 09, 2018    
May 14, 2018
Sept. 11, 2017 Michele Doyle What's New in Family Search
Oct. 09, 2017 Brenda Haworth Five Piedmont Quaker Women Chose Different Paths
Nov. 13, 2017 Stephen Compton Palatine Potters in Piedmont NC. **
Dec. 11, 2017 John Allen & Christmas Christmas Bazaar and Auction: From Orange County, N. C. to Orange County, IN:
An Odyssey

**Compton is an author of many books on North Carolina Pottery and founder-organizer of the North Carolina Pottery Collectors’ Guild. 

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The 1850 and 1870 Census

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The donation of the 1850 and 1870 Alamance County, North Carolina, Census images for permanent, free display in the USGenWeb Archives was made possible through the generosity of NOLA DUFFY and the permission of S-K Publications www.skcensus.com